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Map showing retreat of Mount Kilimanjaro's ice cap since 1912   Image Ice cores from Mount Kilimanjaro reveals climate changes (Image 3)
Updated August 25, 2005
One of the last remnants of Mount Kilimanjaro's eastern ice field is a 6-meter spire   Image Ice cores from Mount Kilimanjaro reveals climate changes (Image 2)
Updated August 25, 2005
A 12-meter-high spire is all that remains of the smaller ice fields on Africa's Mount Kilimanjaro   Image Ice cores from Mount Kilimanjaro reveals climate changes (Image 1)
Updated August 25, 2005
Outer margin of Furtwangler ice field on Mount Kilimanjaro's ice sheet shows massive retreat of ice   Image Ice cores from Mount Kilimanjaro reveals climate changes (Image 5)
Updated August 25, 2005
Examining a thick layer of dust inside an ice core taken from Mount Kilimanjaro   Image Ice cores from Mount Kilimanjaro reveals climate changes (Image 4)
Updated August 25, 2005
Diatoms in water sample from Neuse River in North Carolina   Image Pollution study in Neuse River, N.C. (Image 1)
Updated August 25, 2005
Filamentous blue-green algae deplete oxygen in stagnant summer waters   Image Pollution study in Neuse River, N.C. (Image 4)
Updated August 25, 2005
A microscopic image of clumped cells of blue-green algae   Image Pollution study in Neuse River, N.C. (Image 3)
Updated August 25, 2005
A graduate student in marine science collects mid-river samples in the Neuse River, N.C.   Image Pollution study in Neuse River, N.C. (Image 2)
Updated August 25, 2005
FIRST Program - Gardening Project   Image FIRST Program (Image 2)
Updated August 25, 2005
Student participating in the FIRST Program looks through a microscope   Image FIRST Program (Image 1)
Updated August 25, 2005
Student participating in the FIRST Program views the structure of a plant   Image FIRST Program (Image 3)
Updated August 25, 2005
Fourth-grade teacher Kristi Cameron holds a science class in the Gatorville Outdoor Classroom   Image Gatorville Outdoor Classroom Project (Image 1)
Updated August 25, 2005
Students examine aquatic microorganisms grown in packets of leaves at the outdoor Gatorville   Image Gatorville Outdoor Classroom Project (Image 2)
Updated August 25, 2005
A student takes notes on the types of creatures that inhabit outdoor Gatorville   Image Gatorville Outdoor Classroom Project (Image 7)
Updated August 25, 2005
Students look for microorganisms on the leaves they placed in the pond in Gatorville   Image Gatorville Outdoor Classroom Project (Image 6)
Updated August 25, 2005
Through the Microscope   Image Gatorville Outdoor Classroom Project (Image 5)
Updated August 25, 2005
Students examine flowers and plants in outdoor Gatorville   Image Gatorville Outdoor Classroom Project (Image 8)
Updated August 25, 2005
Students display study tools used both inside and outside the classroom   Image Gatorville Outdoor Classroom Project (Image 3)
Updated August 25, 2005
Three species of bacteria from the genus <em>Salinospora</em> growing on agar culture plates   Image Three species of bacteria from genus Salinospora
Updated August 25, 2005
Walking stick <em>Leprocaulinus</em>   Image Walking Stick Leprocaulinus
Updated August 25, 2005
Partially winged walking stick species <em>Extatosoma popa</em>   Image Partially Winged Walking Stick
Updated August 25, 2005
Professor Michael Whiting examines a walking stick   Image Professor Michael Whiting and Walking Stick
Updated August 25, 2005
Color head scan of Texas horned lizard   Image Color Head Scan-Horned Lizard
Updated August 25, 2005
Color head scan of Texas horned lizard   Image Color Head Scan-Horned Lizard
Updated August 25, 2005
Color head scan of Texas horned lizard, part of a series of 3-D head scans   Image Color Head Scan-Horned Lizard
Updated August 25, 2005
Head scan of a Texas Horned Lizard, part of a series of 3-D head scans   Image Head Scan-Texas Horned Lizard
Updated August 25, 2005
Head scan of a Texas Horned Lizard, part of a series   Image Head Scan-Texas Horned Lizard
Updated August 25, 2005
Head scan of a Texas Horned Lizard, part of a series   Image Head Scan-Texas Horned Lizard
Updated August 25, 2005
Color head scan of Texas horned lizard   Image Color Head Scan-Horned Lizard
Updated August 25, 2005
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